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April 19, 2017

Once On This Island - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ti Moune: Female, 18-25, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, a beautifully spirited peasant girl, full of restless energy and optimism; the heroine; tries to break social barriers to be with her love, Daniel; strong alto belt, G (below C) to E (2 above C); strong musician skills; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. Daniel: Male, 18-25, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, Ti Moune's love interest; a handsome, aristocratic young man who struggles with crossing social barriers; sensitive and poetic; strong tenor or baritenor, B (2 below C) to F Sharp (above C); strong musician skills; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. Mama Euralie: Female, 30-59, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, Ti Moune’s adoptive mother; described as an “old peasant"; caring, over-protective, superstitious, fiercely loving, and strong-willed, her similarities often lead to clashes with Ti Moune; strong alto, F Sharp (below C) to B (above C); strong musician skills; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. Asaka: Female, 30-59, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, mother of the Earth; a mentor to Ti Moune; personifies the peasants’ connection to the land; she is generous and good-humored on the surface, but like all the gods feared by the islanders; her “motherly” facade is not to be trusted; she is powerful, funny, and ironic; strong mezzo belt, A (below C) to E (2 above C); strong musician skills; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. Erzulie: Female, 20-49, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, goddess of love; a mentor to Ti Moune and foil to Papa Ge; the most approachable of the gods, but ultimately no less egocentric; one of the main instigators of the events of the story, she is looked upon fondly by the people; set out to prove that love is stronger than the fear of death: by love, she means the power of the human heart; strong soprano, B (below C) to E (2 above C); strong musician skills; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. TonTon Julian: Male, 30-59, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, Ti Moune’s adoptive father (“Tonton” is a French affectionate term for “Uncle”); sescribed as an “old peasant"; he teaches Ti Moune that love has no limits, and he goes to great lengths to support her wishes; caring, loving, and practical; strong baritone, A (2 below C) to E (above C); strong musician skills; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. Agwe: Male, 25-59, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, god of water; a mentor to Ti Moune; aarger than life, mysterious; perhaps the peasants' greatest fear next to Papa Ge himself; commanding voice and presence; strong, dramatic baritone/bass with a big range, B (2 below C) to E (above C); strong musician skills; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. Papa Ge: Male, 30-59, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, the sly God of Death; antagonist to the other gods; cunning, manipulative, seductive, cynical, and teasing, he is feared by the people because of what he represents: the unknown that is death; the other main instigator of the drama; strong baritone, C Sharp (below C) to G (above C); strong musician skills; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. Little Ti Moune: Female, 7-11, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, the younger version of Ti Moune; also plays the child for whom the story is told; energetic, confident, funny, and sweet; strong singer, E Flat (above C) to D Flat (2 above C); principal. Male Storyteller 1: Male, 20-49, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, excellent singer: tenor; strong musician skills; movement ability is a plus; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; possible understudy assignments; principal. Male Storyteller 2: Male, 20-49, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, excellent singer: baritone; strong musician skills; movement ability is a plus; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; possible understudy assignments, principal. Male Storyteller 3/Monsieur Beauxhomme: 30-59, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, Daniel’s stern father; reminds Daniel of the harsh realities of life; not deliberately cruel, but determined; represents the heart of aristocratic society; also plays Armand, the ancestor; strong baritone, A (2 below C) to D (above C); strong musician skills; movement ability is a plus; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; principal. Female Stroyteller 1/Andrea: Female, 20-29, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, Daniel’s betrothed; an attractive, elegant, and refined young woman; she seems cold at first but turns out to be both humane and determined; she pities Ti Moune, but despite having little affection for Daniel, she will not allow sentiment to interfere with her well-ordered plan for marriage and the aristocratic ways; also plays Madame Armand; strong mezzo, B (below C) to D (2 above C); strong musician skills; strong mover; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus. Female Storyteller 2: Female, 20-49, African American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent, excellent singer: soprano; strong musician skills; movement ability is a plus; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; possible understudy assignments; principal. Female Storyteller 3: 20-49, excellent singer: alto; strong musician skills; movement ability is a plus; ability to play instrument(s) is a plus; possible understudy assignments; principal.


The Prom - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ensemble Dancers Who Sing Well: Males & Females, 18+, to portray high school students. Must dance and sing very well, to portray various characters in the ensemble. Ensemble Singers Who Dance Well: Males & Females, 18+, to portray high school students. Must sing very well and be able to portray various characters in the ensemble.


Austen's Pride - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Jane Austen: Female, 35-45, strong actress with strong voice. Witty, clever and thoughtful with a touch of snarkiness. As a recently published female author in Regency- era England, she is ahead of her time. Over the course of the story telling, Austen also assumes the role of Mrs. Reynolds (Darcy’s housekeeper). Mezzo-belter. (G3 to F5). Elizabeth Bennet: Female, 24-34, The Bennet’s second oldest daughter. A non-traditional beauty. Lizzy has something more of quickness than her sisters. She has a lively, playful disposition, which delights in anything ridiculous. She is good-humored and has a quick-wit. Soprano with belt. (A3 to G5). Cassandra Austen/Charlotte Lucas: Female, 35-45, Jane Austen’s sister. Protective and practical. Austen’s most trusted confidante. Over the course of the story telling, she assumes the roles of Charlotte Lucas. Charlotte: Elizabeth’s best friend, of average beauty, modest, sensible and intelligent. Mezzo-belter. (A3 to E5). Mrs. Bennet/Lady Catherine de Bourgh: Female, 46-55, Mrs. Bennet: a high- strung mother of the five Bennet daughters. Once a young woman of youth, beauty and good humor; now a wife and mother of mean understanding, little information and uncertain temper. The business of her life is to get her daughters married; its solace is visiting and news. Actress must have strong sense of comedy. Lady Catherine de Bourgh: authoritative and self-important with striking features, Darcy’s aunt. Soprano with belt. (C4 to A5). Jane Bennet: Female, 25-35, the Bennet’s eldest daughter, extremely beautiful and lovely with a fair complexion. A kind and gentle soul. She never sees a fault in any body. All the world is good and agreeable in her eyes. She has never spoken ill of a human being in her life. Soprano. (A- flat3 to E5). Mary Bennet/Georgiana Darcy: Female, 20-25, Mary: the only plain one in the family, she has worked hard for knowledge and accomplishments. She enjoys singing and playing the piano but is delightfully unaware of her lack of skill. Puritanical in nature. Note: Actress is not required to play piano. Georgiana: 16, Mr. Darcy’s sister. She is gentle and graceful. There is sense and good humor in her face and her manners are perfectly unassuming and kind. She is a girl not a woman. Mezzo belter. (A3 to E5). Lydia Bennet: Female, 20-25, strong dance skills. The Bennet’s youngest daughter. Beautiful and well-endowed at an early age. She loves to laugh and loves to gossip. Also self-willed and careless. Soprano with belt. (A3 to G5). Kitty Bennet/Anne de Bourgh: Female, 18+, Kitty: 17 with strong dance skills. She is the typical middle child that is always fighting for attention to be noticed. Somewhat silly and fretful, though is less temperamental than Lydia. Anne: 25, Catherine De Bourgh’s daughter. She is pale and sickly. Soprano with belt. (G3 to E5). Caroline Bingley/Mrs. Gardiner: Female, 25-35, Caroline: Bingley’s sister. Fashionable, conceited, and proud. Mrs. Gardiner: Elizabeth’s elegant, amiable, warm and gracious aunt. Actress must have a strong sense of comedy. Soprano. (B3-G5). Fitzwilliam Darcy: Male, 25-36, tall, dark, handsome, and extremely wealthy. At first he appears to be aloof and above it all but is also kind and generous to those he is responsible for. Baritone. (A2-G#4). Mr. Bennet: Male, 45-55, Elizabeth’s father, a country gentleman with an odd mixture of quick wit, sarcastic humor, reserve, and caprice. Baritone. (A2-E3). Charles Bingley/Dream Solider: Male, 25-35, Bingley: a good-looking wealthy bachelor; easy going and friendly. Darcy’s best friend. He has a quirky sense of humor. Dream Solider: One of Lydia’s fantasy singing and dancing soldiers. Seeking a strong mover. Tenor. (E#3- A4). George Wickham: Male, 25-35, extremely attractive and sexy soldier (grew up with Darcy); Seeking a strong mover. Bari-tenor. (C3-G4). Mr. Collins: Male, 25-35, A clergyman; He is falsely entitled and will not take no for an answer. Strong comic skills and physical comedy talent is a plus. Tenor. (D3-A4). Male Ensemble Singers: Male, The men play a variety of characters ages 20s-50s. All singers must have Legit voices. All vocal ranges. Male Ensemble Dancers: Male, 20-45, dynamic athletic dancers with strong technique. Tumbling is a plus. The men play a variety of characters ages 20s-early 40s. All dancers must have legit voices.


Annie - Non-Union - Singers
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Seeking:Singers Who Dance (Chorus / Ensemble): 18-65


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